Judith Tutin is an Ireland-based artist whose paintings frequently address Catholicism. Her artist’s statement describes viewing art as a spiritual experience.
Francoise Bissara-Frereau is a French artist and sculptor whose subjects are frequently religious and include St. Joan of Arc, the Virgin Mary, the Holy Family and the Last Supper. Contact via the form on her website.
Omar Kholeif is a curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, where he will curate the 2019 show “Many Tongues: Art, Language and Revolution in the Middle East and South Asia.” The show will examine “shared histories of colonization and migration, and religion and tradition.” Contact via Elena Grotto in media relations.
Helen Molesworth is chief curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles. She can discuss how contemporary artists, especially those whose work is not explicitly religious, confront questions usually tackled by religion. Contact via Priyanka Fernando, communications assistant, or Emily Rose, her executive assistant.
Daniel Siedell is a professor of art history and criticism at King’s College in New York City. He is the author of God in the Gallery: A Christian Embrace of Modern Art and is an expert on modern art and theology.
Catherine Kapikian is a tapestry artist and the founder of the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., where she remains an artist-in-residence. She designs and creates tapestry, fiber and wood installations that have been displayed in houses of worship of every major Christian denomination. Many […]
Kiki McGrath is curator of the Dadian Gallery at the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., where she also teaches a course in creating art as a spiritual practice.
Deborah Sokolove is a painter, a visual arts professor at Wesley Theological University in Washington, D.C., and director of its Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion. She is the author of Sanctifying Art: Inviting Conversation Between Artists, Theologians, and the Church. She teaches four courses on religion and art, including one on art […]
Alyssa Mumtaz is a mixed-media artist based in Charlottesville, Va. She describes her work as exploring “the intersections of abstraction, contemplativity and artisanship.” She is a 2017-2018 artist-in-residence at the Henry Luce III Center for the Arts and Religion in Washington, D.C.